The central starting point of our research is to synthesize novel complex oxide materials, heterostructures and nanomembranes (by pulsed laser deposition and other approaches), where geometrically confined superconductors, low dimensional quantum magnets, interfacial quantum states can be discovered and investigated. We study the quantum nature, electronic correlations and Fermiology of these materials systems by transport means and through collaborations.
The current research focuses are as follows:
Growth and study of the newly discovered nickelate superconductors; physics in the phase diagram.
New materials synthetic approaches to novel superconductors and other quantum materials.
Low-temperature quantum transport and possible topological phases at the oxide interfaces
Various degrees of freedom and their coupling strength in the transition-metal oxide heterostructures/superlattices.